A fabulous day of art yesterday. First, we had lunch with our friend from church Harry Parsons at the Chef-O-Nette in our old neighborhood where we had our first meal as Columbus residents almost 50 years ago. We both had our favorite--the Hang-Over sandwich. So many memories--our son (then about 4) and I used to stop there after dropping his sister off at Tremont School across the street.
Then we headed downtown to the Gallery in the Riffe building to see the Ohio Watercolor Show (OWS). Best arrangement EVER. Hanging a show is an art--my husband does it for our church shows--and this one is perfection. There is one more drop in class there with Suzanne Acceta on January 4, 2017.
Then on to German Village Meeting Haus to see the Central Ohio Watercolor Show (COWS). From there we went to an cartoonist's home to see his wonderful collection and his studio. The 1903 three story brick house faces Schiller Park--what a wonderful "front yard." Then home for a nap before pizza.